Lean Leader - Transactional

Reference Number: LLT_MD_TBG
Location: Maryland

LEAN LEADER - TRANSACTIONAL

Are you a high-energy operational excellence professional with transactional continuous improvement experience?  Do you have a passion for hands-on initiatives and driving outstanding customer service?  If so, this is the opportunity for you!

The Company

Our client is one of America's fastest growing, multi-billion dollar finance companies with over 1000 employees in the US and Canada. This company prides itself in placing the interests of their customers first, with a high focus on delivering best-in-class service. They are committed to the success of their employees and focus on attracting and retaining top talent.

The Position

The Lean Leader will work with business partners to provide leadership in identifying and improving existing processes using Lean Six Sigma methodology across various areas of the organization.  Reporting to the Vice President of Operational Excellence, the Lean Leader will develop improvement effort timelines, determine improvement exit points, manage process improvement implementation, and provide coaching support to managers.  This is challenging work with excellent career progression potential.

Candidate Qualifications:

The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree (MS is preferred), plus at least four years of experience in business services or manufacturing.  Additional qualifications include:

  • Proven track record of successfully completing transactional Lean Six Sigma projects
  • Lean Six Sigma certification
  • Project management and problem solving skills
  • Working knowledge of MS Office, specifically MS Project and Visio
  • Ability to successfully interface with all levels and areas of the organization
  • Passion for project work, Hands on

Relocation provided. No travel.

Compensation

Our client offers a competitive compensation, as well as an excellent benefits package including health insurance (medical, dental, vision), life insurance, 401(k), wellness programs, and more.

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